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    Where can i get the black foam pieces for the interior door handles

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    Are you talking about the arm rests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    Are you talking about the arm rests?
    I think he is talking about the foam inserts that fills in the gap behind the handle and the trim price.

    I have been thinking about this one myself, I think I am going to go to a fabric store like Joanne or Michaels and find some thinnish foam/vinyl and craft a new price for my car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    Are you talking about the arm rests?
    I think he is talking about the foam inserts that fills in the gap behind the handle and the trim price.

    I have been thinking about this one myself, I think I am going to go to a fabric store like Joanne or Michaels and find some thinnish foam/vinyl and craft a new price for my car.

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    I picked up some headliner material to redo my headliner at a fabric store. You could use that to replace that section.

    I went a different direction I used some carbon fiber film and used that on my door panels.


    To do this be prepared for some time invested. The panel that the material is on is a dense cardboard that is held in uniquely. It's like they melted the tabs over to hold it in place.It's not easy to get it off. I ended up grinding the plastic off. It has about 10 spots like that. I used fabric glue that's used to do this work. Damn Photobucket has really pissed me off I have pics but they are holding them hostage.

    I used a combination of some small course screws and some very sticky tape to hold in place once back together. Looks great (if I could show you)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    I picked up some headliner material to redo my headliner at a fabric store. You could use that to replace that section.

    I went a different direction I used some carbon fiber film and used that on my door panels.


    To do this be prepared for some time invested. The panel that the material is on is a dense cardboard that is held in uniquely. It's like they melted the tabs over to hold it in place.It's not easy to get it off. I ended up grinding the plastic off. It has about 10 spots like that. I used fabric glue that's used to do this work. Damn Photobucket has really pissed me off I have pics but they are holding them hostage.

    I used a combination of some small course screws and some very sticky tape to hold in place once back together. Looks great (if I could show you)
    That might work but the factory material is a foam that reminds me of wetsuit material.

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